I have only 7 featured hubs. I want to know how many more hubs do I have to write to be accepted?
There is no set number but 10 would probably be an absolute minimum where you might get approved.
I applied with about 15 hubs and was not approved for AdSense. I tried again with 30 hubs and was approved. Hopefully you can get approved with 10, but if not just keep writing and apply again in a month or two. Good luck!
I only have 1 hub published as of this writing and I was approved immediately as I had an existing AdSense account setup for use with other blogs several years ago.
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